Casina di Pio IV. | Vatikan | Pirro Ligorio | Bildindex

Pirro Ligorio (1510–1583), an Italian architect and antiquarian who designed the Casino of Pius IV and large portions of the gardens of the Villa d’Este, has long been a notoriously elusive subject because of his daunting erudition and because his notebooks and drawings are in collections scattered throughout the world. In this book David R. Coffin, one of America’s leading experts on Ligòrio, Pirro. - Architetto e pittore (Napoli 1513 circa - Ferrara 1583). Trasferitosi a Roma giovanissimo (1534), si dedicò allo studio delle antichità. Nel 1542 si impegnò a dipingere grottesche nel palazzo d'Urbino in via Lata; ma dei suoi saggi pittorici restano soltanto due affreschi (Decollazione del Battista e Danza di Salomè, 1545 circa) nell'oratorio di S. Giovanni Decollato. Pirro Ligorio’s Worlds brings renowned Ligorio specialists into conversation with emerging young scholars, on various aspects of the artistic, antiquarian and intellectual production of one of the most fascinating and learned antiquaries in the prestigious entourage of Cardinal Alessandro Farnese. The book takes a more nuanced approach to the complex topic of Ligorio’s ‘forgeries Pirro Ligorio, (born c. 1510, Naples—died October 1583, Ferrara [Italy]), Italian architect, painter, landscaper, and antiquarian who designed the Villa d’Este at Tivoli (1550–69), which still stands in its original state. Built for Ligorio’s patron, Cardinal Ippolito d’Este, the villa has a planted landscape and a vast terraced garden with spectacular fountains leading up to the Italian architect born c. 1510, , Naples died October 1583, Ferrara [Italy] Italian architect, painter, landscaper, and antiquarian who designed the Villa d Este at Tivoli (1550–69), which still stands in its original state. Built for… eJztV-tu1EYUzmaBhA2BMKQFUmiRK1SEdqNde723VKW5gXKBBEwkUBdZXnt2M8Tr2XrGuUEkXqxP0Jdon6Cv0HPGa5NsslWQ4EclVnIy53wz33znzBzPeDxDmjlCvd7s7xEND2aFdALPCb2pvz “ Pirro Ligorio (c. 1512/1513 - 30 October 1583) was an Italian architect, painter, antiquarian, Around the same time, he received the commission to create a casino for the pope near Belvedere Court. This project was stalled due to financial concerns, but would later become one of Ligorio's cornerstone projects under the patronage of Pope Pius IV. Paul IV also pursued major renovations

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